Adoptable Animals at Pima Animal Care Center
Contact: Pima Animal Care Center, 4000 N. Silverbell Road, 520-724-7222, pima/gov/animalcare
Adoption hours: Noon-7 p.m. weekdays; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. weekends.
Adopted! Of the pets from last week, Scottie the Labrador Retriever mix—who would love an active family; and Dre, an American Staffordshire Terrier mix who loves to go on walks, are still at PACC. Tekka has gone to foster care and is still available for adoption. And Champ the cat was adopted.
Thunder—American Staffordshire Terrier Mix
Age: 4 years.
Story: Thunder is a very well behaved, sweet boy! He has been introduced to other dogs in the PACC play yards and has done well. If you’re interested in this mellow guy, bring your family and pets down to meet him!
Fees: Thunder’s adoption fee has been waived.All PACC pets go home vaccinated, microchipped, and with a free vet visit voucher. A standard $18 licensing fee applies to all adult dogs.
Stick-American Bulldog Mix
ID No.: A611310
Age: 2 years.
Story: Stick is an energetic young pup who loves getting time out of the kennels. He is very smart and a quick learner. He knows sit, watch me, touch, and down, and every day our volunteers teach him something new! He seems to enjoy being around other dogs and kids.
Fees: Stick’s adoption fees have been waived. All PACC pets go home vaccinated, microchipped, and with a free vet visit voucher. A standard $18 licensing fee applies to all adult dogs.
Wiggy and and Tigerlilly—Domestic Shorthair Mixes
ID Nos.: 586450; A586453.
Age: 8 years.
Story: Wiggy and Tigerlilly are a bonded pair of mature cats. They are both very friendly and enjoy getting their heads scratched. These two have lived with kids in the past and are very calm and gentle. They would make a great addition to any family!
Fees: Waived as Wiggy and Tigerlilly are members of the shelter’s silver whiskers club. All PACC pets go home vaccinated, microchipped, and with a free vet visit voucher.
ADOPTABLE ANIMALS WITH OTHER RESCUE GROUPS
Sweety Pie — Domestic shorthair
Age: 1 year.
Story: Sweety pie will do best as the only cat to get all your attention.
Fee: $80+ $19 license.
Contact: The Humane Society of Southern Arizona, 327-6088, Ext., 106 or visit www.hssaz.org
Meet: At 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd. (just off Fort Lowell Road between North Dodge Boulevard and North Country Club Road) 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday.
ANDIE — PIT BULL MIX
Age: 1 year.
Story: Andie is a very shy girl at first but once she get to know you is very loving. She has a lot of energy and would like an active home. If you have any kids or dogs currently in your home Andy would love to meet them. She would do best in a home with older kids.
Fee: $80+ $19 license.
Contact: The Humane Society of Southern Arizona.
REX — BOXER MIX
Age: 2 months.
Story: Rex is a playful and friendly puppy. He likes to play with other dogs.
Contact: Call SAFE (Saving Animals From Euthanasia) at 349-8637, safeanimals.com.
Meet: SAFE has dog adoptions at Petco, 5405 E. Broadway, and cat adoptions at Petco, at 585 E. Wetmore Road between 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
Age: 8 months.
Story: Blue is looking for his forever home and is accustomed to living with a family.
Contact: The Animal League of Green Valley at 625-3170 or talgv.org.
Meet: TALGV, 1600 W. Duval Mine Road, Green Valley, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. daily.
MARMALADE — ORANGE TABBY
Age: 3 years.
Story: Marmalade arrived stuffed in a carrier with two other adult cats, Blackberry and Grayson. You can imagine how happy they were to be released. Regardless of what caused their inauspicious delivery, all three of them are totally delightful, outgoing, people-loving boys.
Contact: The Animal League of Green Valley.
BUSTER — CHIHUAHUA
Age: 9 months.
Story: Buster is adorable and good with people and other animals. He is a little cuddle bug that loves to sleep with you and curl up on your lap. He is very playful, so a home with another small dog would be preferred. He is partially housebroken and uses a doggie door. Buster is neutered and current on shots and ready for his forever home.
Contact: Southern Arizona Beagle Rescue, 247-7720 or soazbeaglerescue.com.
Meet: By appointment.
Age: 5 months.
Story: Data loves being petted and brushed. Sometimes, he can be carried, but it will take a while before he is really comfortable having his feet off the ground. He loves to play and does well with other cats and will probably do well with older children. Data needs an indoor-only home with toys and love.
Contact: Paws Patrol in Green Valley at 207-4024 or greenvalleypawspatrol.org.